Team RWB Coronavirus Response

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The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted not only our Eagle family, but our national and global community at large. As public health guidance continues to rapidly evolve, Team RWB is evaluating our response as we work through this unprecedented situation.

Effective immediately, Team RWB is suspending all in-person events. This does not mean that Team RWB’s mission is on hold. We’re counting on our chapters and volunteers to bring Eagle Nation together, even while practicing social distancing. This page includes everything you need to know about Team RWB events during this crisis. width=

  • National virtual events: The suspension of in-person Team RWB events does not mean that Team RWB’s mission is on hold. One of the most critical steps we can take to combat coronavirus is to stay healthy through daily physical activity. Team RWB will increase the number of virtual workouts, challenges, and events for team members to participate in over the next few weeks through the Team RWB App.
  • Quarantine Crusher (#RWBQC): Get moving, inspire others, and stay connected during social distancing with Eagle Nation by your side as part of Team RWB’s 31-day Quarantine Crusher Challenge. Remember, this is a marathon, not a sprint. Our goal is to come out of this better than when we started, together. You might be isolated, but you’re not alone.
  • Wear Red to Give Red (#WR2GR): Team RWB is launching a “Wear Red to Give Red” campaign with a goal of 1,000 liters of blood and blood products donated by Team RWB members (those who are healthy and eligible) by April 15. Those who are not able to donate can participate by sharing the campaign with five battle buddies using #WR2GR. This is an opportunity for Eagle Nation to give back and serve others during unprecedented times. Learn more at:
  • Recognition Run: Over the past several months, Eagles have trained for endurance races that were canceled or postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak. We want to recognize their hard work with our “Recognition Run” each weekend. Please help us encourage team members to complete their run at home and share their story with #RecognitionRun, so that all of Eagle Nation can celebrate with them virtually as they cross their finish line, no matter where it may be. Learn more at

Team RWB Partner Resources
Team RWB’s partners are coming together to support veterans and all Americans during this time of need. This document includes a selection of those resources and where to access them. Please visit the CDC website regularly for the most up to date national guidance or visit the COVID-19 Military Support Initiative.

  • Virtual Resources
    • With the health and well-being of warriors and their family members as a top priority, our partners at Wounded Warrior Project are actively adapting their programs and services in the face of changing circumstances, and offering a variety of virtual resources
  • Health Care
    • The Department of Veterans Affairs has implemented a public health response to protect and care for veterans working directly with the CDC and other federal partners. Veterans who may be seeking medical care through the VA should reference this page. If you’d like to listen to the VA’s updates, the Borne The Battle Podcast recently shared a short episode about coronavirus resources.
    • CVS Health has waived charges for home delivery of prescription medications to help patients avoid visiting their local CVS Pharmacy for refills or new prescriptions. Click here for more information.
  • Utilities
    • Comcast is offering new internet customers two months of complimentary internet service. In addition speed will be increased to 25 Mbps downstream and 3 Mbps upstream at no additional fee for all Internet customers. Click here to learn more.
      Comcast is also offering a revised program giving disabled veterans and low-income veterans and military families in the company’s service area free internet connections for two months. Click here to learn more.
  • Mental Health
    • Always call 911 for immediate assistance. For crisis resources, education, and other assistance resources for veterans and their families, click here.
    • For non-crisis mental health or brain health needs, please click here for Warrior Wellness Alliance organizations delivering quality programs.  Many of these organizations deliver telehealth, so you can access care from home.  For more information about what tele-mental health involves, please click here.